STUD NOTICES. TO STAND THE SEASON AT LITTLE UlVEli AND TRAVEL THE PENINSULA THE PUREBRED CLYDESDALE STALLION LHEP IOLAI (986) LORD NOLAN is a beautiful dark bay horse with biack points, standing 16 hands 3 inches in height. His whole contour is handsome and powerful. He has an expres sive head, docile temper, a deep girth, splen" did loins and back, strong clean hock 3 of the right class, short and strong cannon bones, with hair of tbe finest quality, an i feet that cannot be surpassed Altogether he has a set .if legs that look like wearing ont three set of teeth/ He !ia-< proved himself n sure foal-get-ter. His stock art fullof quality of command irq appearance, and like liitnself as sound as a, bell. His stock have gained phow riug honours at such leading shows as Timaru AEhburton, Ki>\vee, and Chr stchurch. LORD NOLAN'S sire Srndow (432) proved himself more than a useful sort in Canten bury ; bis g sire Macarthur (330) imp. pa, sire tMacßride dam Dinah by Champion (131), dam Mag; by Chancellor Blackhall (165) imp Sandow dam Blossom (73) by Old Clyde imp. Descending from the finest and stoutest imported blood goes to show that he is bred the right way, and cannot fail to leave tbe hall mark of quality en hip stock. Peninsula breeders will find that Lord No lan will meet all requirements, and thafc it pays to breed from the best. r Fee £4 4s, payable 2nd January , 1914 ' Groomage fee* 53, payable first serviceAll mares sold or changing hands original wner held responsible. Any mares not proving in foal will be served the following season at half fee. For further particulars apply to H. IRELAND, Little River. TO TRAVEL THE BAYS OF BANKS PENINSULA AND 'LITTLE RIVER. THE CARRIAGE STALLION ACTOE By Builington, dam Violet, Burlington, by Albany (imp.), from Gossip, by Tradueer (imp). Violet, by Lord Glasgow, dam Thoroughbred Mare. ACTOR is a Dark Chestnut, standing 16.1 having Immense Muscle and Good Flat Bone, He has ntver yet BEEN UNPLACED IN A SHOW RING, winning at the Canterbury Metropolitan Show and Ellesmere Show again t all comers. He is a sure foul getter, and his stock have proved themselves good horses both in saddle and harness, and have wo:i many prizea in the Show Bir-s Ho is just the stamp of horsa to breed suitable horses for the Peninsula. Actor will travel to LITTLE RIVER each wrek, arrivng TUP: DAY and leaving THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS: Season, £3; half guarantee, 4s; £2 2s (o be paid Ist January, balance when mare proves in foal. All mares sold or exchanged hands held as in foal. Groomage fee payable first service. ACTOR was examined on the 27th October in Akaroa by Mr A.. A. Johnson, ■ P.R.C.V.S., Veterinary Surgeon, and passed him free from hereditary unsoundness. For further particular?, apply to T. POWELL, Groom in charg H. C. DIERCK, Owner, Akaroa TO STAND THE SEASON AT LITTLE RIVER AND TRAVEL THE PENINSULA BEAUTIFUL BRIGHT BAY STALLION ' ROTHMEILL (By Rothschild, dam Pride of Burwood, sire Fla Fie, standing 1C hands, with good bone and muscle ; age, five years ) 1 "QOTHNEILL, like all tho Rothschilds, i JLt is a horse of heavy bones and line substance, and is in splendid nick to do a i gcod sea?on. He is a horse that will sire ' fine hacks, trap horses and milk,cart horses. i Rothneill will be at the undermentioned *J places on the following days:—Little River 1 (Lake Forsyth Arms Hotel), Saturdays and ■tl Mondays; Duvauchelle. Tuesdays and WedV nesdays ; Pigeon Bay and Port Levy, Thursi days ; Teddington and Kaituna, Fridays. ] Tunys-Guarantee, £4 4s; season, £2 >\ Ba. Payable Ut January, 1914, Groomage y J fee, 53. Payable first service. ; >3 For further particulars, apply to M J. SEXTON, I Groom in charge. j Or J. J. FLYNN, j Owner, Little River. \ MAIL NOTICES I LETTER-BOX I CLEAREDi Day. Hour I- Christchurch, Northern and I Southern Offices, United Motor I KiDgdom, Europe, U.S of Car. 8.30 a.m I America, Commonwealth daily. I of Australia. I To German Bay, RobinI son's Bay, Duvauchellr, I Barrj's Bay, French Daily. 830 a.m I' Farm, Wainui, Pigeon j Bay, Little River. % Little Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, '$ and Okain's Bay Friday 8.30 ft.m '■'i Long Bay Road, Lβ Bon'a Gig I Mon, Wed, Thurs. Fri. 12.30 p.m '' N.B.—Parcels mails oiose daily 5 p.m. $ LETTER CARRIER DELIVERIES. *' South End- Ist and 2nd delivery—Mondays Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m and 1 p.m ' North End—lst and 2nd delivery—Tuesday, I Thursday. Saturday, 9 a.maud 1 p.m Commences 9,30 a.m and 1.30 p.m , MAILS NWARDS : Christobnrch and Northern / and Southern offices Daily 1 p.m ■ Little River, Barry's Bay, Wainui, French Farm, Duvaucheile, Robin3on'a Daily l V< m Bay, German Bay, and Pigeon Bay _ r Littla Akaloa, Ohoriton, Mon, Wed, and Okain'a Bay F*i. IP-™'
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913
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